Large Dial Thermometer

$11.99

SKU# 7413

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Dial thermometer with 2" face, reads in 5° increments.

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Large, easy-to-read with a 2-inch face, 12-inch overall probe length. Adjustable metal clip attaches to the lip of a kettle or mash tun for constant readings. Reads in Celsius and Fahrenheit(0°-220° F, 5° increments; -15°-110° C, 5° increments).

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2.5 / 5.0
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sorry, i haven’t used it yet
sorry i haven’t used it yet
December 7, 2015
excellent all around thermometer
Takes readings quickly and accurately. Very convenient how it mounts to the pot. Large dial is easy to read and keep track of.
March 17, 2010
Perfect for right size pot
This thermometer works just fine with a five gallon pot. I have a couple eight gallon pots that are taller, and with the thermometer clipped to the pot, it won't always reach reach the wort or mash. So, if you have a tall pot, it may not be long enough
March 19, 2010
Awesome!
Works perfect in the specialty grain pot, then add towards end of brew pot to be used when checking during the cool down with cold bath and wort chiller.. No problems and the clip works nice!
December 21, 2009
Large Dial Thermometer
Good investment , perfect for all my brewing needs . It has made brewing much easer to manage .
March 9, 2016
Could be sturdier, best for deep kettles
This thermometer worked great during my extract boil. I tried it later on a small pot when heating some milk for another project. The probe is nice and long, but makes it awkward on smaller pots. Think of I ended the life of my thermometer by dropping it on my carpeted kitchen floor. The dial broke away from the probe, rending it useless. I was surprised at how easily it broke, but I suppose it is a delicate instrument.
April 17, 2010
Soild
Used one of these for 50+ batches. Worked well! Have two, the older one is a few degrees off now, but its pretty old now.
January 30, 2011
Accurate enough, but got moisturized.
Seems accurate enough compared to my lab thermometer (came with starter kit) but there is a ton of moisture in the dial that can make it hard to read.
May 28, 2011
Off
It reads fine at boiling, but anything below that, it reads 10 degrees higher than the liquid
May 16, 2012
Okay...but
Not the most accurate thermometer. When I received this thermometer I calibrated in an ice water bath. It was reading about 10 degrees too low. I reset the thermometer. Then I checked it against my reference thermometer at 150 degree water (Mash temp) and it was off by about 8 degrees! I reset the calibration to match this temperature range, since that is what I will be using it for.Bottom line...make sure to calibrate this for the temps you will be using but I do not feel that based on my experience that this thermometer is sufficiently accurate over the complete range of freezing to boiling but probably OK for limited range measurements.
February 9, 2011
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